According to Road & Track, Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann stated last week during a media briefing that the company will introduce a plug-in hybrid model to replace the Huracán in late 2024.
The schedule is consistent with Winkelmann's 2021 promise that Lamborghini will electrify its whole portfolio by the end of 2024.
That change is about to take place. In the upcoming weeks, a plug-in hybrid Aventador replacement will be unveiled. A plug-in hybrid called Urus will come after it the next year, and at the end of 2024, the Huracán's replacement will arrive.
The Huracán Sterrato, which was unveiled in December, is officially the last Lamborghini series production vehicle to be powered solely by a combustion engine. Before the 2024 deadline, the manufacturer will probably still produce low-volume vehicles without electrification, as it did with the Aventador-based Invencible and Auténtica that were unveiled in February.
While the Aventador's successor will continue to use a V-12 engine, it is unknown if the Huracán's plug-in hybrid powertrain will continue to use a V-10 engine.
According to rumours, the vehicle may include a plug-in hybrid system based on a V-8 engine, similar to the one Lamborghini plans to employ in its plug-in hybrid Urus.
Regarding the hybrid component, it's anticipated that there will be one motor sandwiched between the engine and transmission, with a potential for an additional motor (or two) to be placed at the front axle to provide an all-wheel-drive system rather of a typical centre differential.
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